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“B” Best? Handicapping The Democratic Field For Pharma

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Drug pricing is bound to be a dominant theme in the 2020 Democratic primaries and US Presidential election. But there are some differences in the crowded field of candidates, including several who are more likely to emphasis protecting innovation alongside controlling prices.  

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